Why is the Rolling Hills community included in Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve?

Boundary map of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve here.

What services do Rolling Hills residents receive in exchange for permit fees Re: Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve?

The Rolling Hills neighborhood is the part of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve where property owners pay fees for permits Re: Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve – yet no standards appear to be in place.

Typical phrase found on building permit/application signs posted in the Rolling Hills community:

This is the portion of the reserve that will not show up on promotional websites, brochures, kiosks, school field trips, etc.

Handsome sign here is located across from 3 Sisters Market– facing traffic headed away from Rolling Hills. Why not move it north on Highway 20 so that motorists will have a more accurate idea of where the boundary lies? If residents in Rolling Hills must pay permit fees Re: Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve- seems like they should get credit by placing the sign at the edge of the boundary.

What is the meaning of this seemingly arbitrary National Historical Reserve boundary?

Seems like the bar is set pretty low.

Photo below is a view from inside the living area of our home. Another vehicle was added on Nov 8th, 2017. Fence in lower part of image is on our property and was installed by us.

If you are required to obtain special permits Re: Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve for construction in Rolling Hills- doesn’t this seem like a weak link?

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